INTRODUCING HYALURONIC ACID
THE SOLUTION FOR YOUR SKIN’S NEEDS
Hyaluronic Acid (HA) – is our skin’s natural moisturiser; that you might have come across it in your day and night creams.
Naturally present, the key function of HA is to lock in moisture to keep our skin hydrated and plump, promoting a youthful appearance. HA is able to hold a thousand times its weight in water to retain all the moisture in our skin.
HA is the cornerstone ingredient of any anti-aging regimen. The amount of naturally-occurring HA in our bodies decreases as we get older. Although we cannot stop this natural ageing process, there are things we can do to slow down the loss and retain what we have.
A good and healthy diet with lots of antioxidants from fruits and vegetables (for example, blueberries, avocados, broccoli and sweet potatoes) can help to protect and improve our skin condition significantly.
Avoid the sun. Sun can destroy HA within minutes and if you have to be under the sun, it is recommended to protect yourself by using non-toxic sunscreens and wearing protective clothing that blocks UV rays to minimise the damage caused to our skin.
Choose skincare with HA properties. Because of its ability to draw and hold water, it can be used as a humectant in your skincare regimen. HA in skincare products like creams and serums, hydrates and soothes dry skin. It keeps skin moisturized throughout the entire day, helping the skin to appear more dewy and younger. Selecting the right HA skincare product can be tricky. The molecule is often times too large to effectively deliver hydration deep into skin layers. Otherwise you maybe just putting it on top of the skin without being able to enjoy the full benefits of a HA.
HA in the form of an injectable treatment. It is a gel-like product that is injected into skin to replenish lost HA and restore structural support, thereby softening the overall look of lines and wrinkles. Dermal fillers are made up of similar ingredients but depending on the size of molecules and how they are linked together, results and outcomes can vary. To achieve an Effortless Beauty look, ask your practitioner about Effortless HA filler treatments.
DISCOVER THE BEAUTY OF
HYALURONIC ACID (HA)
HA dermal fillers are a type of temporary dermal filler that comes in a gel form and is injected into the skin for an immediate filling effect.
Some advantages with Effortless HA filler treatments is immediate and long-lasting results up to 18 months1. Duration of effect depends on many factors, such as type of treatments, treated areas, individual’s skin type, skin condition, lifestyle, and age.
1. Micheels P, et al. J Clin Aesthet Dermatol. 2015 Mar;8(3):28-34.
WHY EFFORTLESS HA FILLERS
When considering a HA filler treatment, look for a dermal filler that promises natural-looking results with long-lasting effects to maintain your youthfulness and expressions. Effortless HA filler blends well into your skin’s tissue and is your perfect choice for natural results.
Effortless HA filler, manufactured in Switzerland, uses patented CPM® (Cohesive Polydensified Matrix) technology that enables it to blend well into skin2. Where most fillers only use standard cross-linking that consists of three phases, Effortless HA filler is manufactured using Dynamic Cross-Linking Technology (DCLT) that includes two additional phases for it to blend seamlessly into the skin2 for a more natural and smooth outcome.
Through its patented CPM® technology, Effortless HA filler is designed to blend well into your skin’s tissue and provide subtle and even results without disrupting the natural contours of your face. Studies show that Effortless HA products are well-tolerated and amongst the safest dermal fillers available3.
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